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This is driving me nuts me off my temps go back and forth 4-5c swing for no reason like last night 78f in here i was at 52-54c folding today its 56-58c same room temp.
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some pics of it in the new rig...

AMAZING.
I love it.
I am totally going to have my sister take some pictures of my computer with her D80.

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I'm finally watching the video. Presently, I'm at 1:18 into the video and all I'm thinking is "this is a pre-built; it is supposed to be slow".
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This is driving me nuts me off my temps go back and forth 4-5c swing for no reason like last night 78f in here i was at 52-54c folding today its 56-58c same room temp.
How quickly are they swinging? over the course of a few minutes or a few seconds? maybe a bad temp probe?

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if you properly install and leak test what are the odds of a leak still developing?

sorry, new to wc...

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just ranadom it seem i probly can open my res and the temps will drop again.

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if you properly install and leak test what are the odds of a leak still developing?

sorry, new to wc...

very little unless your inside your computer and knock a tube loose or put a hole in one.
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just ranadom it seem i probly can open my res and the temps will drop again.




very little unless your inside your computer and knock a tube loose or put a hole in one.
If you did a good job, then exactly what he said.
Just make sure all the clamps are tight and you never have to worry.
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is that a whole kit or just the block? and which kit if indeed it is one
Whole kit...XSPC Rasa RX360 from jab tek

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AMAZING.
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I am totally going to have my sister take some pictures of my computer with her D80.
Thanks thrash, it's fun taking pics of something new
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okay so I went with the RS240 and it came out to $186 shipped (from dazmode) with a Kill Coil and a "Feser Aqua - Bi-Distilled Uber Pure Water" (lol "uber" pure...).
I'm excited to get my first wc kit.

is the thermal paste it comes with any good or should I use something else?

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I used some arctic silver I had, and I ordered some others but they aren't here yet. I would def buy some rather than use what they supply.
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Yeah I'd purchase 1 tube of artic silver. I purchased mine early December when I knew I would be making the swap. I now have a few tubes of this plain/stock stuff I won't use with my rigs but will see if theres a use for it later or not.

If not I'm close buds w/ this PC Shop head "mechanic" who I usually turn in stuff left over from stuff I've done in return for a fan or a new wire runner n such small things. Turned in two stock HSs n got a HDD for my other rig that's been MIA for close to a year. Since I took the HDDs from it for my new rig (I don't like file transferring lol).
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